Politics of American China Policy, 1945: Roots of the Cold War in Asia
Kenneth S. Chern reviews the American foreign policy debate of 1945 over the question of intervention in the civil war between the Nationalist and Communist Chinese. Chern believes that the Truman administration failed in its obligation to educate the American public about the near inevitability of Communist victory.
The Committee of One Million: "China Lobby" Politics, 1953-1971, Stanley D. Bachrack Reviewed by Kenneth S. Chern
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